Can the M1 Macbook Pro Be Your Graphic Design Computer? [Adobe Creative Suite]
So the Apple M1 train has been rolling out the past few months, and one of their main products is the 13-inch M1 Macbook Pro.
In this video, we discuss about the 13-inch M1 Macbook Pro from a Graphic Designer’s perspective and answer the question, “Can the M1 Macbook Pro be your Graphic Design Computer?”
We discuss issues that relate to graphic design such as the portability, screen size, and, most importantly, how it functions with important creative apps from the Adobe Creative Suite like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe XD, Adobe Lightroom, and even Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects.
Can graphic designers use this as their main computer? Find out the answer at the end!
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01:55 Macbook Pro Specs
04:56 Screen Size
07:21 Speed (M1 Chip)
10:31 Battery Life
12:30 M1 Macbook Pro as your Graphic Design Computer?
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